Three Things; Spotlight – Fused Glass June 2015
This weekend we welcomed Carol to the studio and Laura hosted a two day Miniature Fused Glass Seascape course. Carol had never tried glass fusing before and was keen to get going.
Soon she was surrounded by glass in all colours and textures and got stuck in designing her first pieces.
Carol brought with her some long thin stones she had collected on her travels which she wanted to make something with – she just wasn’t sure what. She made some long thin piece of fused glass and Laura suggested mounting them alongside the stones using jewellery fixings. The necklace was finished by some chunky navy blue cord.
Here is a close up of the necklace.
Carol made lots and lots of pieces of fused glass over the weekend including these pieces which were destined for frames or pendant fittings.
Here is even more fused glass by Carol, these pieces are to be left unframed to handle and contemplate.
A framed piece of fused glass backed with one of Carol’s watercolour paintings that she brought with her for inspiration. Beautiful!
These smaller seascapes have been framed alongside sea glass nuggets which echo the colours chosen.
So what did Carol think of the course?
“Thank you so much Laura! I loved the glass course and really want to carry on doing it now. I arrived with absolutely no creativity and ended up taking pieces home that I’m really pleased with. You have the most beautiful studio to work in and Sue, Laura and Kris are so great. Thanks I loved the two days.” (Carol, Hoylake)
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